The Non-Aligned Movement
The Non-Aligned Movement was founded by the countries that participated in the Bandung Conference in 1955, and it is a result of the war between the two sides (The western side led by the USA, which includes NATO), (and the eastern camp led by the Soviet Union, which includes the Warsaw Pact)
Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser is one of the founders of this movement, along with Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal, Yugoslav President Tito, and Indonesian President Ahmed Sukarno. The movement aims to maintain peace and security in the world, eliminate colonialism, achieve justice among all countries, respect all members, promote common interests, and respect human rights. Many countries from different continents participated in this movement, but the most prominent African countries are: Madagascar, Senegal, Malawi, Algeria, Angola, Egypt, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Eritrea, Somalia, Mauritania, Ethiopia, South Africa, Mauritius, Sudan, Morocco, Kenya, Tanzania, Burundi, Comoros, Zambia, and other African countries.